The same can be said for JVC.
Just look in the RS45 & RS55 threads.
I've seen a X70 in person with a green line on the left side & purple on the right because that's how far off the green panel was to the other 2 panels. I also seen an X30 with the red 2 pixels off.
That's 100% JVC's I've seen with "bad" convergence. Does this mean they are all this way? Probably not. May be Maganoia HiFi gets bad units.
Also, did projectorreviews get a bad JVC unit or is there an issue with blue on the RS45?
Most projectors are now made in China and we need to face that they aren't doing a thorough final inspection any more & assembly tolerances appear to be broader. The risk of someone sending back a projector for bad convergence is low & doing an exchange is still cheaper to the manufacturer than checking each projector.
The JVC and 5010/6010 do have pixel alignment.
The 5010/6010 allows movements in the 1/4 pixels.
Besides convergence, there are other issues with this years projectors as well.
You just need to pick your poison and get one based on first hand facts & reports.
Unless someone wants to take the time and create a spreadsheet/thread tracking convergence issues with a specific model or brand and provide sources, you should prefix your statements with IMO or someone may believe it's a fact.
Kind of like how they tracked bulb issues with the past Epson's or the JVC lamps dimming prematurely. This helps validate urban legends in to fact.